PEACEKEEPER - Benchmark your browser

Discussion in 'Utilities and Appz' started by j0sefuz, Sep 2, 2010.

  1. j0sefuz

    j0sefuz Member

    Peacekeeper is a free service that lets you quickly and easily find out which one works best on your PC. If you're interested in how Peacekeeper works read our FAQ for more information, or to get started, click on the "Benchmark your Browser" button now. The test only takes a few minutes but if you're an impatient type you can see the average results from thousands of users here.

    My Result
  2. KennethM

    KennethM Guest

  3. grafittione

    grafittione Member

    parang nakadepende pa rin sya sa klase ng procie ng pc..
    ang layu ng differrence from Pentium D to quad core na AMD
  4. dyoddyowel

    dyoddyowel Member

    here's mine...

    using chromium on linuxmint...


    edit: added firefox...

  5. patchacker

    patchacker Member

    ^^Sir ano po speed ng proc nyo?
  6. dyoddyowel

    dyoddyowel Member

    amd athlon x2 7750 2.7GHZ
    4GB RAM
    ati hd 4670 512MB

    kaya hindi nakalagay ang specs ng pc ko kasi hindi nila supported ang system scan on my OS which is linuxmint...

    see this... ... #whynoscan

    Why do you need to scan my system and what are you looking for?
    Peacekeeper scans your PC hardware details by default in order to link your browser’s performance with your hardware details. The scan is not a requirement (nor is it even available on all platforms) and the performance evaluation is just as accurate without it. However, the scan allows us to provide richer services such as the lists of most popular hardware and browsers for example.

    The system scan itself is the same as used in all Futuremark products, such as 3DMark, PCMark, VirtualMark and the Game-o-Meter. It scans specifically for details of your PC’s hardware: CPU model and speed, graphics card, memory, motherboard information and other components. It does not scan any of your files or installed programs, nor does it collect any personally identifiable information (PII).
  7. athenaxds

    athenaxds Member

  8. vanix_09

    vanix_09 Member

    Eto sa desktop ng friend ko.

  9. dyoddyowel

    dyoddyowel Member

    hmmm... it seems i got a faster results using win7 on the same hardware with all the security suites running...

  10. vanix_09

    vanix_09 Member


    Sir, bat ayaw mag display ang mga image sa post?
  11. j0sefuz

    j0sefuz Member

    parang gusto ko na bumili ng bagong PC..

  12. Here's mine:

  13. dyoddyowel

    dyoddyowel Member

    @ vanix_09

    reload mo lang...

    @ partymix

    wow taas ah...

    subukan ko din chrome 6 later...

  14. Herewith the detailed statistics:



  15. vanix_09

    vanix_09 Member

    Error sa mismong desktop ko. T_T
  16. dyoddyowel

    dyoddyowel Member

    i decided to install google chrome 6 along side my chromium 5 and test which is faster...


    chrome 6 is definitely faster than chromium 5...

    next is to update my chromium 5 to version 6...
  17. vanix_09

    vanix_09 Member

    Sa wakas nag work din sa chrome ang desktop.

  18. j0sefuz

    j0sefuz Member

    got bored kaya i made new updated benchies with the latest versions of the top 3 browsers..
    CPU: AMD Phenom II X4 955BE 3.2Ghz
    GPU: AMD HD 6790 1GB 256bit
    RAM: Kingston 8GB DDR3
    OS: Windows 7 Ultimate x64

    1. Google Chrome 12
    2. Mozilla Firefox 5
    3. Internet Explorer 9

    deleted all browser history before each test and used ccleaner..

    woah! astig ng chrome!!
    pero mas gusto ko pa rin ang FF dahil sa GUI.. :)
  19. jaworemoj

    jaworemoj Member


    Pentium D 3ghz

    internet history and cookies cleaned.

    I also tried this before..

    he's right clean before you test.
  20. j0sefuz

    j0sefuz Member

    who's he? i did clean before each test.. :p

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